Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1944 · Page 2
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PAGE FOUR Aflerkles, of Lu Verne, Are Wed For a Half Century Lu Verne, Sept. 6—Sunday was an outstanding clay in the lives of Mr. and Mrs. George Merkle, who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. At a morning service at the Evangelical church a gift from the congregation was presented by the pastor, the Rev. Paul Bek- itian, and an anthem, If Ye Love, sunq by the Junior choir, was dedicated to them. In the afternoon, 2-5, open house was held at the community hall, where some 200 people signed a guest book. The hall was decorated with creoe paper streamers in gold and white and many baskets of flowers from rein lives and friends. A basket of 50 yellow roses was from the George Loos family, Oskaloosa. Mr. Loos is a florist. Another basket of yellow roses was presented by the grandchildren. A program was given: scripture reading and talk, the Rev. Mr. Beckman: .song, When There's Love at Home, the grandchildren: poem. When Ma Wants Something New, Carl Merkle; sons. Nun Danket Alle Golt, sung by Mrs. Carl Nerding; piano duet, Joyce and Alice Merkle: Silver Threads Among the Gold, Mes- LOCALS^ Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Herbst closed their cottage at the Oko- bojis for the season and came home Sunday. Robert R. Richardson, of the Richardson store, has been laid up since Saturday with an infection in a foot. Mrs. Maxine Sharp and her sister Marjorie Paxton, both of Storm Lake, spent last weekend here with Mrs. Helen White. Marian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John T. McGuire, will leave ncxt wcek Friday for Mt. ycrnon to be a sophomore at Cornell college. | Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stillman and j Mrs. James Stillman, all of Dol-| liver, spent Sunday at the L. P. Stillman son Judge G. W. Stillman's. L. N. Chrislensen, of the Es- thcrville store, visited the local store Monday. He has been a victim of asthma, but is now much improved. Miriam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Norton, will leave Wednesday for Iowa City, where she will be a sophomore at the FOR SALE — ONE 2-BOTTOM McCormick-Deering 16-in. tractor plow.—Joseph Krieps, Sexton. Ilp52 FOUND — WATCH, AT FAIR- grounds. Owner can have same by proving identity, and paying for advertising. — Robert Marlow, Lone Rock. 15u52 FOR SALE—ONE WHEEL trailer. Factory built, enclosed steel body, spare tire and. tube; $70.00.—R. A. Johnston, Mgr., European Hotel, Algona. 20p52 LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN— 12 head of pigs averaging around 80 Ibs. Reward.—Ray B. Schilmoellcr, N. E. corner city limits of Algona.—Ph. '618J. 21p52 JCOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA FOR SALE—TWO YOUNG Hoi- stein cows, iresh by September 15.—John Munch, Fenlon. 12u52 A FEW LATE BERKSHIRE and Hereford spring boars, some real Berkshire fall boars, Shorthorn, Angus and Ayrshire bulls. —Price reasonable.Ben B. Studer, Wesley. 22(2)24tf 4% HOME and BUSINESS property loans to purchase repair or refinance present loan. Pay any amount any time. Long convenient terms.—Algona Federal Savings and Loan 'Assn. u46lf FOR SALE—110 A. Unimproved farm adjoining town of Burt.— E. C. Trees,' Armstrong. 13p51-52 GOOD PIGS REQUIRE WAL- nut Grove in their ration. Poor pigs require more. Our service is free. Give it a trial and be convinced. — H. S. Fain, Huin- boldt, la. Phone 297-M. 25(2)51tf CARD OF THANKS—WE WISH to thank our friends and neighbors for the beautiful flowers, and the many kindnesses extended to us at the time of the death of our beloved mother, Mrs. Carrie Erickson.—The Children. BEGINNING SEPT. 1 sales will be held in the afternoon at the Kanawha Sales Pavilion. You can always find a good market for anything you care to sell. 27u51-53 GOOD QUARTER, Wells, Faribault Co.., Minn., well improved. Woven fencing. Electricity. Two Forty Elmorc, improved. — Geo. W. Champlin, Lake Crystal, Minn. 18u51-53 j LOST—GOLD HEART SHAPED ! lapel pin, Friday aternoon in j business district of Algona; gift I from husband in South Pacific. I Reward.—Mrs. Herbert Krause, I Fenton. 21p52 j and read bv Walter Merkle. Pastor Bckman then read an original poem written by Mrs. A. K. Bckman, Cedar Falls, and closed the program with prayer. Following the program a buffet W. Pearson returned Tuesday from Hampton, where they spent the weekend with their son Eugene and his family. Because of the Four-H fair the Kiwanis club did not meet last Thursday, and because Monday was Labor day the weekly Rotary luncheon was cancelled. Hazel FOR SALE — REGISTERED milking Shorthorn bulls, 2 to 12 months old. A few choice 1 purebred Poland China sows, far- j row soon. — Aaron W. S'eussy, j Lu Verne. 20p52 ' SP€CIALS! Bran at _1 $2.15 cwt. Shorts at $2.15 cwt. Seed Rye at $2.00 Bu. "Pilot" Oyster Shells at 85c bag. Now is the time to use Lawn Seed and Lawn Fertilizer. Algona Flour & Feed Co. Phnne 257 lunch was seved from a decorated table by the young women of the church. i , . ,-,-,,, , . . , A family dinner WP « served 'it l w , col < Wednesday to visit her: .even o'clock, attended by 66 rcl- PZrc ^ Mr ' and Ml ' S ' Chas " Pot -' alive:; and served by a group 1'rom the Woman's Missionary so- Mr. and Mrs. Merkle are parents of 12 children nine living, and ail attended the celebration. Two children died tcr, Crcsco twp. farmers. She returned to DCS Moines Monday. Ensign Viola Heller, nurse, arrived Tuesday navy j from Great Lakes, 111., on leave of ten days. Her mother, Mrs. Fred Bierstedt, lives at Whittomorc. i;fr;~'f!S ™ M s^±^§:s :'.,>.'" , wol ' a W.JI L. WaKei husband. Dr. C. L. Snndbore. nf and Mrs. James Paulson live at Minneapolis; Esther is n missionary toucher at Beverly, Ky.; Lewis. Mrs. Marty, and Mrs. Walter Hefti live here. There were four persons present who attended the wedding 50 years ago: Mrs. 'William Lanz, Hedrick; Mrs. Katie Loos, Oskaloosa; Adam Merkle, Denver; and Gottlieb Seitx, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Merkle have been active in the Evangelical church husband. Dr. C. L. Sandberg, of the P. W. camp. They are temporarily living in one of the Cook cabins. class almost 50 years, and has been S. S. superintendent, class leader, and trustee many Out of town guests besides persons mentioned were the Carl Merkles and Mr. and -Mrs. Paulson Sr.. Minneapolis; the Waiter Merkles and Mr. and Mrs. William Gics, St. Paul; Ernest Rogers, Denver; Mrs. Nerding, Indianapolis; the William and Earl Langs, Hedrick; Tech. Sgt. Roy Lang, Mississippi; Mrs. Lena Seitz, Milwaukee, and a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. August Merkle, Mr. find Mrs. Gerhardt Seitz, WANT TO BUY—CHILD'S TRI- \ 942-W. ' . dgU °' P1 g52' JOHN DEERE G. P. tractor and 1 plow for sale. — Carl Froehlich, Wesley. llp51-52 FOR SALE—GOOD 1935 Pontiac Tudor.—Call 822-W after 6:30 p. m. or Sunday. 12p52 WANTED TO RENT AT ONCE, an unfurnished house, suitable for five.—Phone 765. 12u52 FOR SALE—ONE NEW C-40 Gahl silo filler.—Linde Implement Co., Swea-City. 12u52 Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. John WAITRESS AND KITCHEN help" Zunkle, Olivet, S. D.; Mrs. Emma ' Lehman, Boxholm. « ALGONA YOUTH BOMBER Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, Ariz., Sept. 1—Cpl. Ralph R. Helmers, IS, LOU of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hclmers, Algona, la., will soon leave for overseas combat duly on completion of ten weeks advanced instruction here as an aerial gunner on a B-24 Liberator bomber. Practice bombing, aerial gunnery, simulated contact with enemy aircraft, long range navigational problems, and emergency landing procedures have been a pavt of the rigid training course Corporal Helmers and the nine other members of his crew have been undergoing since reporting at this Second Air Force combat crew training base. Corporal Helmers, who entered the service last January, attended the Algona high school. CONDUCT MEDAL FOR YOUTH FROM LAKOTA BESTOWED IN ITALY With the Fifth Army, Italy (Undated)—Private George W. Weringa, Lukota , la., recently was presented the Good Conduct medal personally by Lt. General Mark W. Clark, Fifth Army commander, for efficiency and exemplary conduct in the military police at Fifth Army headquarters tin Northern Italy. .. Overseas one year and a veter- aft of the Italian campaign, Wering is a security and honor guard lor^.yisiting officials at the Fifth Army command post. Mr.'find Mrs. A. Z. Slagle had us Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Harold -Thompson, their two children, Sirs. Thompson's father, and his sister Margaret Thompson, all of HoJlandale, JMinn. Beulah Masfm; Grand Rapids, Mich., amved l! |.Tuesday for a visit with her un|le H. B Mason, teaches Latin v *and English in Grand Rapids high school. Miss lason left for home yesterday. wanted. , No Sundays, or night work.—Dcrmand Cafe. 12u52 FOR SALE—NEW FOG LIGHT, never used.—Bill Pletch, 628 N. Thorington, phone 940-W. • 12p52 FOR - SALE — 825x20 TRUCK tires, 600x16 pick-up truck tires.—Coast to Coast store. 12u52 WALNUT GROVE IN THE RA- tion will produce better hogs.— H. S. Fain, Humboldt, phone 297-M. 12(2)51tf WANTED — ALL KINDS OF hauling. Mail a card or cMl at house on East Elm. — Kenneth Foster. 17(2)13lf WANTED—WOMAN OR GIRL for general housework. — Mrs. M. G. Bourne, 104 E. Oak. Algona. Ilp52 FOR SALE—SILO 13x40; wind mill 65 ft. high; horsepower. All in good shape.—Sam Shipler, Swea City. 16p52 FOR SALE — FIFTEEN NEW Hampshire red pullets, now laying. — Anton Didriksen. phone 73-W. g52 WANTED—WOMAN TO TAKE care of semi-invalid lady in small modern home.—Inquire ;it Advance office. 15u51tf FOR SALE—RED JACKET AND skirt, also tan winter coat, size 10, $5.00 each.—Mrs. H. W. Kohlhaas, phone 2553, Livermore. 17p52-l LOST—TRAINED CAT. BLACK and white, black heart shape on right side. Reward. Phone 417 Lone Rock, or Box 45.— Christina Kading. 25p52 STOCK CATTLE AND LIGHT hogs. When in need of feeders phone or see mo before you buy.—Sid John, Elmore, Minn. Box 225 or phone 103. 49-52 SPECIAL RUMMAGE SALE SATURDAY, SEPT. 9 in PIERCE CAFE BUILDING Dresses in variety of sizes up to 42, also other clothing. COLORADO BOX AND BASKET BSuegoose I • ^ NO.I i la Fancy and Extra Fancy WANTED—LADY HELP.—AL- gona Laundry & Dry Cleaners, Algona, Iowa. 10u52 FOR SALE—ELGIN 50-FT. wind mill, $50.—Jewell M. Patterson, 9u44tfl THURSDAY. SEPTi7 FOR FEED (•;• «W, A, Bon ^S« C. 16 lb. Lug Lug and Armour's STAR CANADIAN STYLE BACON ... \ . . „, 49c FANCY SLICED BACON . .....*. „ 29c SUMMER SAUSAGE .4- „" 27c TENDER HAM SHANKS ........ „ 19c ASSORTED BAKED LOAVES . ... » „ 13c MINCED BOLOGNA „ 19 C AMBASSADOR TOILET TISSUE 19c for BIG DIAMOND MATCHES 6 for . Tidy House Painted Surface CLEANER qt 49C Ckoice Fruits and Vegetables No. 1 Fancy SWEET POTATOES 2 ii.s. 23c Sunkist 15-11). l>c ck 6E SIZE ORANGES „,. luzc ,,49c California HJFAh IFTTIIPF i" mlM) i C-* HEAP 1C I I UtC size Sfor29c I 5C Large Size : SBAPEFRUIT. ! ...3,,,,25c BASKET CONCORD GRAPES THIS WEEK Jack Sprat Quick or Reg. LARGE OATS . . .•& 25c Jack Sprat PEANUT BUTTER '£• 23c Jack Sprat PANCAKE FLOUR i* 1 7c Quart Size » FRUIT JARS «r 1 8iUI 1 JARtJ w9 W Northern TOWELS ... 2 ,„„ 25c BORDEN'S HEMO . 49c Mayflower No. 2 can Pif'tff* FA\ Chocolate Cream COFFEE'S 0 :'. Orange Pekoe TEA RINSO ... Nola TOILET SOAP Jack Sprat Enriched FLOUR . . . 2 .„, 25c . . 29c OOft . . 4 for 1 9C 50-lb. * £Q was able to produce Fall clothes as fine asm pre-war 1611 Kuppcnhclmer ^^ *^*^ iTTm'^^ * ^v* j-' i^V»LAAAWAAJ.XV4. XltfctJ j-'ww*.* buying woolens and trimmings for 68 years, this maker was able to secure the same fine materials from its long-established sources. Because Kuppenheimer craftsmen are "old-timers"— most have been at it for over twenty years-they are well set in their skilful habits. As an extra assurance of fine vorkmanship, these clothes pass 76 inspections. Yes, these clothes are as outstanding as ever in appearance and lasting quality Kuppenheimer Suits 50*00 X&iiu M y° u NEED clodies-buy GOOD elothes-at a COOP store Other Makes 25.00 30.00 35.QO 40.00 Top Coats 20,00 to 35.00 ZENDER'S JY MORE \rAK^BONDS~'AND[iS'TAM? S

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